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Technyk32231

Front Suspension

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I am on the robotics team for my school, and we went on a field trip to a STEM program about Indycars. They gave us free tickets to the Grand Prix of Baltimore, and they were great seats. I decided to make a model of one of the cars after seeing the race, so does anyone have any tips on making a realistic but strong suspension?

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No clue, but I guess the suspension on the 42000 Grand Prix Racer would be similar?

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I'm pretty sure the wishbone suspension arm pieces would be perfect. Depending on how large your model is, of course.

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didnt read it to well... Was reading nascar! haha

But the f1 suspension of the 8880-b model works also.

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Lego actually does a pretty good job recreating the suspension used on these types of cars :thumbup:

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Yeah, but I 'm also looking for realistic geometry. This is a good place to start though.

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Did you look for nicjasnos' "lpepower episode" on youtube? That may give you some ideas,

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